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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1901. J rutin ami) Home. AN* ONE KNOW SUCH A BOY? Out of the atr^t. afterringing, a bell or two. Into the house, with a rash and a»yellor two,, Kitchenward. lured by a savory smell or two— \"^Dinner inspires him With joy I • Off goes his hat, with a dexterous fling to it . : Off goes the cat, with a mischievous string to t: ' ' !. : ... • • • . VP starts the baby, because he will sing to -•.v.: 1. • ''it— • \" Any one know such a boy? , Upstairs and down stairs, a very cyclone is he \" Deep into mischief whenever alone is he ' 1 Terror of Sisters—to tease them quite prone is • ... he , . . • Doing his best to antioy. Grandmother shudders—with shouta, he will ' frighten her, : Though quite as often his fond kisses brighten , her \" ' Xhen by sweet coaxing, of goodies he'll ' lighten her— Any one know such a boy? \"Wild with his comrades as any Comanche is ' Bough as a steer on a far western ranch he is Surely of mischief the root arid the branch he is Yet ther...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 2 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 2, 1901. JE pay special attention to all telephone orders, and when are in need of anything im- t mediately, if not sooner, call for \"18\"—You will 6et it! 'Phone No. - Some Bargains. Beat'Creamery Butter, per lb : tedded Whole Wheat Biscuit, per pkg.... ... Choice Herring, per lb...... Very Best Holland Herring, per pail.. ...... 14 lbs. Best Corn Meal for . • A Good Coffee—wlyle it lasts—per lb • Other grades at 17c, 25c, and 38o Remember we sell the-best 50c Tea in the city— viz.—The \"Gen. Grantf*—only .'— 23c ...... 12c J'..... 5c •••••65c ..—25« 10c :..\"50e Call and see our line of SPRING HATS. Also, the most complete stock of SHOES we ever carried. BASSFOBD BROS. But Harder to Earn One. You can make the dollars ' go farther by trading at the Feed Store—Hence help earn «ne easy. Best Rice only Good Rice only.,..... Family Straight Flour, .8c •5c 49 lb saek only........ 80c Yours to please, I WCMMIMIIIMIIHWIMI For - Prescriptions, Accurracy, : and v Perf...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

Don't Put it Off- but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE im­ mediately^' Every wtflsk that you neglect to do so you sire missing: some­ thing.—$1 .50 a year. \" • •' • ••\"•1 n A Historical 'Siiiioty Don't You Want- to keep up to' your Astgb- j bor»? O f course yju Hat Don't let' them keep you posted on what Is goftifff •// on, Subscribe for THE ADVOCATE. VOL139--NO. 48. STUROKON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MAKCti 9, 1901. 1.50 A YEAR j LAKE MARINE NEWS. . »w»w» Biv^r and Harbor Bill Hilled. The river and harbor bill failed to pass, the measure being literally, premeditatedly and. with, malice \"aforethought talked to death by one Senator Carter of Montana. Under the caption \"A Blow to Harbors\" the Evening Wisconsin publishes the following interesting article on the results of the fail- ure of the proposed measure to become.a law. . The river and harbor, bill which failed to pass the senate made an unusually generous allow­ ance for the harbors along the shore of Lake Michigan wh...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH 9, 1901. IFrom Ihe Srinday gun.) .JL MEMORABLE INTERVIEW WITH ATTORNEY-GENERAL 8TAN- tOtf IN THE F&EASURY BUILDING, WASHING- - ' TON, IN JANUARY,-1861. BY fcTKPHBN I!. PHItLIPS. Friends have solicited me to publish 1 Affairs. Their plan is to acquire pos- jrecollections of an interview at Attorney-1 session of the treaties, arid symbols of ••Cfcneral Stanton's office ,o.n the evening government. Can they dislodge the oCJan. 80, 1861. The Hon. Edwin M. government before the inauguration?\" -Stanton, at that time a member of Bu- .Mr. Stanton firmly believed the ap- -•Cfcihan's Cabinet, was subsequently Mr. proaching 15th day of February to be Iancoln's famous Secretary of War, but the extreme limit of grace vouchsafed to an 'Attorney-General is hardly re- the expiring republic. He was excited vaembered outside of the profession, by his severe experience, and intimated \"four lawyers, of whom I am the sole that Gen. Scott had not obtained his •wMtrvivor, assembl...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

TTIE ADVOCATE/MARCH 9. 1901. THB SPCTITJISG BEE AT AXOEL'S. BV BBP.T HABTE. Waltz 5n. waltz in, ye little kids, and gather 1 round my knee. And drop them books and first pot-hooks, and hear a yarn from me. I idh not- sling a fairy tale,of Jinny's fierse.and wild, •' For I hold it is unchristian to deceive a simple •* child . . • • . But as from school yer driftin' by I thow't ye'd ' ' hke to hear • It warn'tmade up of gentle kids—of pretty kids—like you, Bat gents as had their reg'lar growth, and ' some enough for two. There woz Lanky Jim of Sutter's Fork and Bilson of Lagrange, And \"Pistol Bob.\" who wore that day a knife by way of change. , You start,, you little kids, you think these are not pretty names. But eaoh had a man behind it, and— my. name is Truthful James. Thar was Poller Dick from Whisky Flat and Smith of shooter's Bend,' And Brown of Calaveras—which I want no bet­ ter friend. Three-Fingered Jack—yes, pretty dears three fingers—you have five. Clapp cut off two it's ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

TIIE ADVOCATE, MABCH 9, 1901. A t^Tr An 4 rnui The Advocate is of the opinion that the XX.*© V O CJ A A x!j '• \"enactment of tlie primary election law now | before the legislature will- n t work the re- gnttred in m l\\xto*ice at Sturgeon Bay, TVU., a* form that its. friends clmm for it. ^ The second-art** ait twt'M. I great majority of the voters simply will Hot • ' .1 ' attend the.primaries any more then than they cjo under existing laws unless they are PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY. WIS. FRANK LONG, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year.... • • -j Six months ..... FOOT months ........ ............. Two months :• ••••• _ Single copies — -ut tw Two dollars will be charged if not paid Within the year. $1.50 : .W .60 4s . 8TUBOEON BAY, SATURDAY, MAIL 9.1901. The weather bureau of the general gov­ ernment asserts that February has been the - col lest month in the post twenty-five years. The Republicans of Chicago on Saturday nominated Judge. Hanecy fo...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE: MARCH 9, 1901. THE ADVOCATE. STUBGEON BAY. SATURDAY. MAB: 9,1901\" FJiAl$K LONG, Editor arid Proprietor. Off icial Pajwr of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —The W. C. T. IT. will meet at Mrs. A. Kalmbaeh's Tuesday afternoon, March 12th. All are cordially invited. , , , —The regular notices for the Republican city caucuses and conventions are published in another column of today's paper. • ' . \" —Three candidates for chief of police have thus far announced themselves. These are Jacob Arnold, John Masse and' C. M. Sampson. .• —Bowling is the rage just now and sever­ al clubs have recently been organized, which meet Once a week for the purpose of enjoy­ ing the pastime. —Following is the advertised letter list: Tillie HanBon, John Kessler, Chas. Krutzer- field, Mrs. Mary Marden, Chas. McDonald, Miss Julia Noble, Mr. Sabine. —The elements being propitious the K. P's, and their ladies will indulge in a sleigh ride to the canal this Saturday evening. - They will be entertai...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

ADVOCATE. MARCH 9, 1901. j' THE 5 INTBMPBR- ' Br V. I..BWS)!. Greeting: Mrs^Cnrrie Nation: • Why this mad and fierce elation When you've wrecked a liquor station? Smash, smash I smash! Your peroration At- the end of each oration, ' . , Woman with the broom, ovation Leads you into new temptation To destroy the liquid ration Of the public. What relation / HioTbrars to organization- Please explain. The situation Palls for speedy revocation Of your plan. Innarr»tion, _ . ' Two wrongs make no right. Sensation Is not logic. Aspiration .\\ . For a smashing demonstration .Is in open violation ^ . Of your Kansas legislation. They wink at the deep potation You -mcourage wild spoliation ' : • : : Bit or miss is desperation, Bu 11, revenge, retaliation! Carrie, you have proved negation . Of th- time-worn allegation -7..W:' • That your sex lacks true equation y ' J ' When you're throwing rocks.. Flustratioii. Gives not to your aim cessation, . ' ^ . gad indeed that your vocation Is intemperate ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

ADVOCATE, MARCH 9,1901 THE FAIRY WEAVER. bt FIUNCW B. butts. ( : I never saw the weaver, oh, no, no I .' And I never saw the loom, \"Hoirthe little shuttle so swift and strong, :' Nor the wonderf nl underground room: But I've seen the work, oh yes, oh yes • Silky, pott tassels I've seen, . That the little fairy weaver wove / Before the world was green. '• All in the cold March days, she says. As her tiny shuttle she takes— \"I mast hurry and weave the alder-fringe Before the brook awakes.\" So she drawa her web in her fairy loom ^ But whereittoes she get the thread, : v To weave the lovely alder-fringe \" ' ' Around the brooklet's bedr It snows and it blows in the upper world, : But can yon n3t hear her sing— • •\"The times are poor, but the sun iB sure To come back every spring?\" :: \\ So she draws her web in the fairy loom * ' And the tiny shuttle throws •.••••. Sack and forth, and back and forth. And the brown fringe grows and grows.: Down in the dark, dear children hark .Thousa...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 9 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE. MARCH 9. 1901. \\ ••• S stated in this space last week bur line of Men 's Shoes is the largest and most com­ plete we have ever carried. The following are a few of the many bargains: Men's Wine Rubsian Calf fit. . . . . Men's Vici Kid at Men's Bos Calf at...... .... Men's Kangaroo Calf at ... Men's Box Calf at.......... .. Men's Box Calf at,.............. • $3.25, worth $4.00. 2i25, 3.50, 2*50, • 3.25, 3.00, 2.75 3.75 3.00 3.50 3.25 We also have the \"White Oak\" line of Shoes for men and boys. No shoe could be put together which as a good custom-made heavy shoe would contain better upper and bottom stock, and this with the superior shoe- 2 making produces an article which, for durability and strength, has no equal, in the market. Call an® be convinced SMITH-BASSFORD CO., CASH MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props. I Have Just Arrived. atid $he lkrges|t stock of Woolens in the city, we are prepared to give the best ot satisfaction. Perfect fit guaranteed. Merchan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

Don't Put It Off- but become a subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im­ mediately. Every week that you neglect to do so you are hnlsslng some­ thing.—$ I .60 a year. . ' • y - 1 y % fli=tr Society Don't You Want- to keep.op to your neigh- bom? Of course you do I , Don't let them keep you potted on what la'going on. Subscribe for THE AOVOOATE. 39--NO. 49. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MABCH 16, 1901. SI .50 A YEAR Kow on Trial. I The now famous suit brought by Capt. , Sam. McCumby against Leathern & Smith, is at present on trial in the circuit court at Green Bay, a juryhaving been secured on Tuesday. , It is believed that a decision will not be reached until -the end of this wfok,, . as a great many witnesses are in attendance. All the parties interested are present except John L^them, whb is in California. Remodeled. City off Itacine. The overhauling and rebuilding of the •Goodrich liner City of Racine will put the the vessel nearly on a par with the hand­ some. liners Virginia and Ind...

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Source: Door County Library
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MARCH IB, 1901. A VILiliAGE SABBATH MORN. BV ANHIE WEL» KBSOH. i throw the abutters open and greet the morn - The gun oasts rnddygleams athwart my . r o o m : ' ' S • ' TheroWnhopaandsinKsnpoTi tholawn . The lilac swing# its censer of perfame, O'm all the'scene a solemn hush does steal As .though oil Nature gladly would obey / fht yoice that once made Sinai's bights to peal •' ' » \"My Sabbath ye shall keep a holy day.\" Across the way the church stands bathed iii light: '••.•. -• The elms around it away their plumes of green: ' And up the gravel path at the right \\ The aged sexton tolls, wKh humble mien. liis locks fall o'er him like the drifted snow. And silvery sweet the accents of his tongue As of the bell that through the joy and woe Of fifty years his faithful hand hath rung. And see! another comes with hurried pace. Laden with feathery ferns and blossoms j : sweet, fo deck the altar with their twining grace And make its carven beauty more complete. Since earl...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE^ MARCH 16, 1901. ~ IT 18 WEIU Yes. .it. is .welt! ,Tfee evening Shadows length. enV: V- Home's golden gates Shine on our ravished sight: And though the tender ties we try to strength* • en :'.r}\"'-y.(}: Breaftoneby one—at evening time 'tis light. Tis welll The way was often dull and weary. The spirit fainted oft beneath its load Mo sunshine came from skies all gray and dreary. And yet our feet were bound to tread that • road. - , ^ ••• •\" 'Tis well that not again our hearts shall shiver Beneath old sorrow, once so-hard to bear. That not again beside death's darksome river Shsjl we deplore the good, the loved, the fair. No more with tears, wrought from deep, inner anguish, - \" Shall we bewail the dear hopes crushed and '• gone, : No more need we in doubt or fear to languish So far the day is past the journey donel As voyagers, by fierce winds beat and broken. Come into port beneath a calmer sky. So we, still bearing on our brows the token Of tempest past, draw to our ...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

THE ADVOCATE, MAECH 16, 1901. The Advocate. Entered in the Pottcfflct at Sturgeon Hay, Wis.,,a- fecond last t»aU matter. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT STUR­ GEON BAY, WIS. FRANK EON43, Editor and Proprietor. BATES OP SUBSCRIPTION: One year....... — 8i* monthsi .....v. ............ .75. Four months .. ......... .so Two months ... ••••• . Siturle copies - .i. HT- Two dollars will he charged if not paid •within the year. STURGEON BAT, SATURDAY. MAB. J8, HOI. \"The new public building for Menominee is to be completed by next September. It is to cost $50,000. - . - • There are in Wisconsin a total of 730. pub­ lications designated as newspapers and mag­ azines, Of these 65 are dailies. A pupil Of the Menominee school \"has been expelled because of his persistence in smoking cigarettes and distributing the filthy weed among the other boys. V. Andrew Carnegie has offered to donate $30,000 to the city of Janesville for a public library building on certain conditions, and the same has been...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

' THE ADVOCATE MARCH 16, 1901. STOT^EONBA^r^ATUBDAI. MAS. 16, iflOl. FRANK LONG, Ed^torand proprietor. Official Paper of City and County. SHORT TAKES. —Easter three weeks from next Sunday. . —lie usual Berviees '&H1 .be held' in the . M. E. church next Sundny. ' —Miss Alice Mullen js now prepared to attend to all calls from the ladies of the city for hair dressing and ^shampooing. —The ladies of the Catholic church are making preparations to hold a rummage sale, to take place some time next month. —The Thimble Club was entertained Thursday afternoon and evening by Mrs. A. H. Chandler, assisted by Mrs. P. E. Dresser. —Khpdson's wagon works continue to be crowded with orders, and outside of the dry- dock .thiB is one of the busiest places in the cityj : ' •••. —The band will begin giving open-air concerts next month, in all probability, or as soon as the weather. shall become favoiv ablelfor out-of-door exercises. —Don't forget the ward caucuses to be held Thursday evening next to...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

jL V THE ADVOCATE* MARCH 16, 1901. r r J A RKQVIKM. •/'' V\" , bt e. v. wiisox The day is gone, alas! the lovely day. That came among us as a blnshing bride', lied by her lover, the enamored stro, , a Whose golden largesB fell on every side. All nature greeted her with rapturous joy. The forest bird»brokefo'th in sweetest song And dainty buds, awaking from their sleep. Burst into blossom as she passed along. And everywhere the children welcomed her. • In oountry lanes, and in the city's street, The music of their laughter kept glad time To the swift measure of her flying feet The restless sick man. tossing oil his conch,, Beheld her and awhile forgot his pain Her presence cheered the laborer at his toil, ' And brought to wrinkled age its youth again. And as she, smiling, hurried on her way. Even sad mothers, weeping o'er their dead. Looked upward to her clear, blue skies and felt Somehow that sorrowing hearts, were com- forted. But now, alasl the day herself is dead. Before ns, pal...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

' . THE ADVOCATE, MAROH16, 1901, Jmm anb fj0me/ FliATTEBV. BT M- HOCK. , \" „ Ob. yon pretty robin. keeping watch beside a ^ lowly dwelllin?, ., Where the happy sunshine rashes o^er the gorse bloom bright and gay, \"Where the . blackbirds and the thrushes are : . their lond love stories telling— . .. Do yon know. I fancy, - robin, yon as sweetly sing as they. * Do yoa see that verdant meadow where the . buttercups are growing. Where the golden-hearted daisies twinkle '••••, -mid the tender grass* Do you mark the lights and shadows that the ~ . \" fleecy clouds art throwing, • Afl across the sky of azure they fantastically passr Just above it there's a cottage, sheltered by ' the budding beeches. Where the cherry bloom is scattered on the serried crocus lines By the playful south wind's antics, where the glistening ivy reaches . To the red-tiled roof and chimneys where the green wisteria twines. Pretty robin, there's a maiden tall, and fair, and rather stately, With a voice as soft a...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 16 March 1901

, MARCH 16. 1901 = , Spritigahd Summer..,. CALL and look over our line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods. This space will not permit us to quote many prices, but,the following are a few of the \"many.\" , French Flannels 27 inches wide, at ... ....85«' .. Wool Challis, 36-in. wide at . . . . . 50° Beach Serge, 36-in. wide, at . .50c $1| a?d$1,65 Beach Cheviots, 45-in: wide, at .$1, $1,10 A $1.25 - SnitinR,45-in. wide, at 60° Oriental SuitinR8, while they last.. ...s .,..17o c i ' • Red Seal Zephyra--cheap at 11c. .. ' 9° • Frees Ginghams, extra heavy—worth 10c & llo. .8&9° : Percales at — ..... ... 9o &10o A job lot of Ladies'Wrappers just received—. . at........... J................-75c, $1.00, $1.25 CASH. MERCHANTS. John & Wm. Bassford, Props.* \"Follow the Croied to Wagen&r'.s. This Time) I'ts ery...... • The finest papers, the prettiest tints, and the . greatest viifiely— from the highest grades to the *jienny tablets you will 'find liere . the 'greaUSst^...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 March 1901

Don't Put It OH- - but become,* subscriber to THE ADVOCATE Im­ mediately. E#eryi'Week that you neglect to do so • you are missing some- v. thlng,~9 I .COayear. v ri a S^eietv Oon'tYouWant\" • ' to keep up to your neigh­ bor*? Of course yOu dot • let them keep you posted on what I* going • on. Subscribe for THE ADVOOATE. 39-NO. 50. STURGEON BAY, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1901. #1.50 A YEAR LAKE MARINE NEWS. Both Claim a victory.::- The libel snit brought by Capt. Sam. T. McCumby against Leathern & Smith was brought to ail end: at Green Bay Monday, but juBt at present both sides claim to have won their point. Following is a list of the questions submitted to the jury with the answers attached thereto by them: In the Circuit Court, Brown County. Samuel T. McCumby vs. Leathern & Smith Towing & Wrecking Company. \"Special verdict.' . 1st question:—Was the plaintiff on Septem­ ber 2nd ,1898, while in the employ of the de­ fendant as sailing master of its tug Albert J Wrigh...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Advocate 1897-1912 — 23 March 1901

. f i JANETTE'S HAIR. • HI MILE8 O'REILTJY. • '-Oh, loosen the BUOOSthat yon wear, Janotte, .Xet me tangle a hand in your hair, my pot\"— SPor the world to mo has no dainter sight riTltan your brawn hair veiling your shoulders white, . As I tangled a hand in your hair, my pet. ( .'It was lro\\vn with a golden sloss, Janette, It was liner than silk of the floss, my pat 'Tma a beautiful mist falling down to your .. waist, •Twas a thing to b« braided and jeweled and ..... kissed— \"I.Tiws the loveliest hair in the world, my pet ! \"My arm was the arm of a olown. Janette. ilt was sinewy, bristled and brown, my pet x®ut warmly.aijd softly it loved to caress tHour round, white neck and your wealth of . •••,•• . - tress. .. ~3Tour beautifal plenty of hair, my pet. -your eyes had a swimming glory, Janette, ^tevealiiiK the old, dear story, my pet '~Th»y were gray, with that chastened tinge of the nky ' \"When the trout leaps quickest to snap the fly— JAnd they-matched with your golden hai...

Publication Title: Advocate 1897-1912, The
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